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Thursday, 2 September 2021

Are your kids ready to go back to full-time, in-person learning?

This is, arguably, the most disorienting back to school season yet: After more than a year of online/ blended learning, covid-19 disruptions and lockdowns, kids are finally returning to school this fall. But the readjustment may be easier for some children than others. While playground time, bus rides, and school trips have surely been missed, some aspects of in-person learning may be hard for kids to get back into, and the daily schedule of classes and commutes after such a long hiatus could come as a shock to some kids.

In this month’s issue of Your Wealth, we unpack some roadbumps that may arise as children go back to learning and socializing together on a daily basis, and address how parents can make this transition easier for their kids, and themselves.

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